NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) announced Tuesday a collaboration to demonstrate a nuclear thermal rocket engine in space, an enabling capability for NASA crewed missions to Mars.
It is believed the Sarmat RS-28 could travel over the South Pole, completely immune to any current missile defense system. Russia says the RS-28 is “capable of wiping out parts of the Earth the size of Texas or France”.
Scientists say that nuclear bomb testing during the Cold War changed rainfall patterns. The electric charge released by nuclear radiation impacted rainclouds, causing them to thicken and produce 24% more rain.
Russians are claiming it was a rocket explosion but residents in the area near the village of Nyonoksa in Arkhangelsk region say it is a nuclear weapons test facility – and today they had an explosion so large, nearby towns have been instructed to stay indoors and take their iodine tablets.
Researchers from York University in Canada and the University of Zurich released findings yesterday which reveal a terrifying consequence of global warming. According to the researchers, the thawing ice sheet in Greenland will expose several hundred thousand gallons of military waste including chemical, biological, and radioactive waste left over from Project Iceworm.
Many people have a hard time believing in something, or at least opening their mind to the possibility, unless they’ve seen it with their own eyes – or if someone they respect says it’s so. This week Green Bay Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers revealed a UFO sighting he and friends experienced right before he…
The problems began in 1946 when Eastman Kodak noticed an uptick in complaints from customers regarding bad film. Customers were regularly calling Kodak and complaining about film they had bought coming out splotchy and fogged. Kodak was a powerhouse in the industry at the time and could not have their good name soiled. They set…
Officials announced this week that the Indian Point Energy Center nuclear power plant is leaking radioactive tritium into groundwater wells near the facility. Of course, authorities are telling the public there is nothing to worry about. However, be forewarned – there’s no such thing as a “harmless” radioactive material leak.
The pictures here show a military convoy, complete with several military helicopters in the air and federal marshals leading the way, passing through the Nevada area. The convoy was delivering nuclear weapons or possibly nuclear material. Not sure (and afraid to ask) what happened to the cargo inside.
It has been revealed that readings at Japan’s failed Fukushima nuclear power plant taken in September 4-25 2015 checks are far higher than expected. Deadly radiation levels of up to 9.4 Sieverts per hour have been recorded at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant – enough to kill a person in less than one hour.